La decisión de ZP de publicar los resultados de los tests a los bancos galvaniza a Europa

«Revelen las cifras de los bancos arruinados,» pide el FT ¡ Gracias a dios por ZP, el primer ministro español !

Give us the figures on Europe’s toxic banks
by Wolfgang Münchau – Financial Times

Thank God for José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, the Spanish prime minister. For the first time in the three years since the outbreak of the financial crisis, a European leader has done something intelligent and surprising. Spain’s unilateral decision to publish the stress tests of its banks has bounced the European Union – at a summit in Brussels last Thursday – into following a Spanish lead, and to accept an uncharacteristic degree of transparency. Does this mean that we are about to get on top of this wretched crisis? Well, so far, the EU has agreed to publish the stress tests of only 25 banks. They are not the main problem banks in the eurozone. /…/

Luego elogian aún más a Zapatero

The situation is not much better in Spain, where the Bank of Spain is already pushing hard for a consolidation of the Cajas, the local savings banks. We will no doubt get a lot more bad news from the Spanish banking sector, as Spain goes through the adjustment. Having been sceptical about Mr Zapatero’s willingness to do what needs to be done, I am a touch more optimistic now.

FINANCIAL TIMES ELOGIA, PERO S &P  DEGRADA, POR LA INMOBILIARIA

Spain Banks Down As S&P Warns On Real-Estate Losses
by Christopher Bjork – Wall Street Journal

Shares in Spanish banks were lower Tuesday after credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s warned that more of the country’s real-estate developers are likely to fail, leading to higher credit losses on lending to the sector. S&P in a report Monday raised its credit loss assumptions for the banking sector to EUR99.3 billion between 2009 and 2011, up EUR17.7 billion from an earlier estimate in September last year.

Este otro es un artículo muy negativo respecto a la situación española y probablemente correcto, las deudas inmobiliarias de las cajas las van a arruinar.

Miles de empleados ya son despedidos y prejubilados.  Lo lamento por los licenciados en Económicas y Empresariales, con MBA y doctorados, no van a tener en su vida el empleo que soñaban, los han engañado sus profesores, pero en gran parte la culpa es vuestra:: conseguid un laburo de peón en el Plan E, de otra cosa no vais a comer  –y encima estos pavos lo critican, yo lo ampliaría. ,,

Por Armando

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